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I’ve been lucky to have received a great deal of press coverage, both about my solo work and my group exhibitions. Check out some of the latest headlines about my work below and scroll through for collateral materials.


October 3, 2023

우먼타임스 - 그의 작품들은 모양과 색상에서 극도로 단순하지만, 그래서 더 많은 상념을 불러일으킨다. 꼿꼿이 직각으로 솟은 그의 조형작품 앞에 무심히 서면 삶이란, 우리의 경험이란, 참으로 단순한 형태와 공간이요, 결국은 절제된 선과 도형으로 치환될 수 있다는 생각에 빠져든다. 비움과 채움, 가벼움과 무거움, 결합과 해체, 압축과 팽창, 덧없음과 견고함은 대조적 개념이 아니라는 성찰을 문득 얻게 된다.


August 12, 2022 

The other Washingtonian in “Soft Power” is Jean Jinho Kim, whose aluminum-downspout sculptures have become simpler and more direct, to their benefit. Her “Good Vibes 3” consists of two mirror-image forms powder-coated in shades of dark olive and pale green. The piece recalls the confident austerity of the late D.C. artist Anne Truitt, and strongly contrasts the work of the show’s other sculptor, Danni O’Brien, whose found-object assemblages are bulbous, spindly and surreal.

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March 10, 2023

Part of the Kreeger Museum’s The Collaborative, featuring artists from STABLE studios, this exhibition offers a surprising respite from the museum’s flow and features a critical examination of the museum’s founder.


2024      "In the galleries: Auxilium Continuum,"Washington Post, June 14th, 2024

2024      "In the galleries: How artists’ works leave a carbon footprint," Washington Post, March 1st, 2024 

2023     "[Exhibition] Existence and life shaped by simplicity and moderation" The Women Times, October 3, 2023

2023     "INTERLUDE Reflects on Art’s Past, Present, and Future" Washington City Paper, March 10, 2023

2022     "Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month" Washington ABC7, May 6, 2022

2022     "In the galleries: Boundless," Washington Post, May 6, 2022

2021     "A Mother's Sincere Prayers captured in Canvas", The Korea Times, December 12, 2022

2020     "In the galleries: A wide array of media carry election-year messages," Washington Post, October 30, 2020

2020    "Outdoor sculpture show harnesses the power of the sun literally and figuratively," Washington Post, August 28, 2020

2020     "City Lights: Ponder the Tyranny of Distance or Take The Big Leap,"  Washington City Paper, May 12, 2020

2020     "Artist Jean Kim Was Inspired by Car Parts after Serious  Accidents", Montgomery Community Media, January 31, 2020

2019     "In the galleries: Hanging garments symbolize violence against indigenous women," March 15, 2019

2018     "In the Galleries: An Artist Pieces together his life story," Washington Post, February 8th, 2018 

2017     “Happiness & Love” CHA’s College of Science, Art exhibition at the Pangyo Cha Bio Complex, Toyo Economy, December 2017
2017     “No Boundaries” Washington Post, February 27,2017

2017     "In the galleries: An early Spring is always welcome," Washington Post, February 17, 2017

2016     “Four American University MFA Alumi Exhibition” The Korean Times, September 9, 2016
2016     “Common Roots” The Korean Times, August 10, 2016
2016     “8 Artists: Same Way, Different Path” The Korean Times, August 2, 2016
2016     “Artist Jean Kim” The Koalife, March 2016

2015     “Two High School Friends Duet Show”, The Korean Times, October 30, 2015
2015     “Water Show” The Korean Times, June 25, 2015
2015     “International Korean Women Art Exhibition by Kowinner” The Korean Times, May 2, 2015
2015      “Circle of Life” The Korean Times, April 2, 2015
2015      “Commom Ground” The Korean Times, February 27, 2015

2014      “Korean American Pop Art” The Korean Times, May 7, 2014
2013      “Korean Artists in Exhibition” The Korean Times, December 13, 2013
2013      “Holiday Show Opening” The Korean Times, November 30, 2013
2013      “20 Artists group exhibition” The Korean Times, October 17,2013
2013      “Jean Kim solo exhibition of Recent Work” The Korean Times, July 2, 2013
2011      “Jean Kim solo exhibition of Celebrations of Light” The Korean Times, December 1, 2011

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